Debris from the crash Ethiopian Airlines plane

The Ethiopian Airlines on Monday confirmed that it had retrieved both black boxes of the i*l-fated Ethiopian Airlines plane that c*****d on Sunday leaving 157 people including 32 Kenyans d**d.

A black box  is an electronic recording device placed in an aircraft for the purpose of facilitating investigations after aviation a*******s.

In a tweet, the airline confirmed that it had retrieved flight ET302’s data recorders even as authorities continue to p***e the cause of the c***h.

“The Digital Flight Data Recorder (DFDR) and C*****t Voice Recorder (CVR) of ET302 have been recovered,” read the tweet.

On Sunday, 157 passengers and crew members of a Boeing 737 MAX airplane operated by Ethiopian Airlines were k****d moments after the Nairobi-bound flight took off from Addis Ababa.

The 32 Kenyans who d**d during the c***h have already been identified.

Read: Airlines suspend Boeing 737 Max after 346 lives lost

The 737 is the best-selling airliner in history, and the Max, the newest version of it with more fuel-efficient engines, is part of Boeing’s a*****t on European rival Airbus.

“Boeing is deeply saddened to learn of the passing of the passengers and crew on Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302, a 737 MAX 8 airplane. We extend our heartfelt sympathies to the families and loved ones of the passengers and crew on board and stand ready to support the Ethiopian Airlines team,”

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“A Boeing technical team will be travelling to the c***h site to provide technical assistance under the direction of the Ethiopia A******t Investigation Bureau and U.S. National Transportation Safety Board,” a statement released by the aircraft maker on Sunday reads.



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